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    • Heinl, Robert D. 1926-11-30

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926 -- Death and Burial; Meetings; Thomas, Norman, 1884-1968; Public speaking;
    • Photocopy of Letter to Marie Debs Heinl on Listening In on the United States letterhead, 11/30/26. Says that he is sorry that Marie Debs Heinl was not able to attend Eugene V. Debs' memorial meeting in Washington, D. C. Writes that Norman Thomas...
    • Sigma Alpha Gamma

    • Fraternities & sororities; Freemasonry; Indiana State Teachers College; Indiana State University; Student organizations; Students; Teachers;
    • Members of the Sigma Alpha Gamma masonic fraternity. Seated, clockwise: James Burleson, Gary Wininger, Richards Stevens, Charles Shaefer, Richard Seville, Joseph Moore, Goerge Dean, Jack Allen, Harry Barrick, Dave Ferris, and Charles Galey. ...
    • Sigma Alpha Gamma

    • Fraternities & sororities; Freemasonry; Indiana State Teachers College; Indiana State University; Student organizations; Students; Teachers;
    • Members of the Sigma Alpha Gamma masonic fraternity. Seated, clockwise: James Burleson, Gary Wininger, Richards Stevens, Charles Shaefer, Richard Seville, Joseph Moore, Goerge Dean, Jack Allen, Harry Barrick, Dave Ferris, and Charles Galey. ...
    • Cayuga, Indiana

    • City & town life; Cities & towns; Mills; Railroads; Brick industry; Food industry; Post offices; Masonic buildings; Grocery stores; Cafes; General stores; Variety stores; Barbershops; Morgues & mortuaries; Public utilities; Hardware stores;...
    • Four types pages describing Cayuga, located in Vermillion County, Indiana. The population of Cayuga was 968. Includes a brief history, and information about the local businesses, schools, churches and buildings. People named include: Osonimon...
    • Perrysville, Indiana

    • Cities & towns; City & town life; Railroads; Flour & meal industry; Fires; Masonic buildings; Wool industry; Stove industry; Dairy products industry; General stores; Barbershops; Cafes; Drugstores; Automobile service stations; Telephone companies;...
    • Five typed pages describing Perrysville, Indiana. The population of Perrysville was 435. People named in the report include: James Blair, Commodore O.H. Perry, J.F. Smith, T.H. Smith, J.N. Jones, Robert Moffatt, B.O. Carpenter, E. L. Lacey, J.E....

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